In a recent statement, Clyde Crasto, the National Spokesperson of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), has raised questions about the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) reluctance to contest the 2024 general elections without the support of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA). Crasto pointed out that despite BJP’s claims of being able to win any election solely on the basis of one individual’s popularity, they are now reviving the NDA and calling for a meeting of 38 parties.
Crasto challenged the BJP to prove their self-proclaimed invincibility and take up the electoral challenge independently. He emphasized that the fact that BJP is gathering the NDA again indicates their underlying fear that they may not secure victory in the upcoming elections without the support of their alliance partners.
This accusation comes as a significant point of discussion in the political landscape, as it questions the BJP’s confidence in its own electoral prospects and sheds light on their approach towards coalition politics.